The brand accidentally included key information in the watchOS 6 developers’ beta, revealing a new ceramic case, new animations, and a new titanium finish. Although, technically, these features could be included with the Series 4.
A user by the name of @coiiiiiiiin, who correctly predicted the names of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, has now claimed the new device will be the iPhone 11 Pro. The simple tweet from August 10th reads “‘Pro’ for iPhone? Crazy naming schemes over the past few years”.
Mac Otakara, a Japanese blog, says the iPad Pro will have a triple-lens rear camera while the 10.2-inch iPad will have a dual-lens camera. Both devices will sport similar sensors to the new iPhones. The source also claims the new iPads will be available in October.
A new report from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reveals all three iPhone models in 2020 will have 5G. This comes after Apple acquired the modem manufacturing side of Intel. They do, however, have a six-year contract with Qualcomm so it’s unclear where the modems will come from.